Presented in a refreshingly unique highly applied, informative format, the webinar covered a comprehensive theory underpinning the range of tests for the identification of functional asymmetry, joint by joint, to target specific areas for resolution and performance enhancement in the individual horse saddle rider combination. The presentation includes film, explanations and discussions generated from audience participation.
- An overview of muscle actions of the equine head, neck, back, pelvis and limbs.
- An overview of locations, origins and insertions.
- A comparison of the different joint segment types of the head, neck, back, pelvis and limbs.
- A review of the muscles involved with each joint segment.
- Functional axes of locomotor and spinal muscles.
- Demonstration of passive and active tests to determine the presence of any joint function asymmetry in the individual horse or pony.
- Includes videos of asymmetrical gait.
As well as being highly applied, this lecture is highly visual and has a wealth of video content for clarification of the theory.
CPD online participation certificates issued on request.
The lecture is highly visual and has a wealth of video content for clarification of the theory.